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Why Do Hollywood Movies Cost so Much to Make?

Why Do Hollywood Movies Cost so Much to Make Mental Floss


The MPAA says that the film industry in the United States helps to contribute more than $100 billion in wages to the economy each year, and when you start to add these numbers up, it’s easy to see how that could be possible. Making a Hollywood blockbuster requires an enormous range of equipment and crew, and by the time it’s done, everybody has contributed a little piece to something much, much larger.

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I'm surprised that this model has not scaled well. There's not a dozen Hollywoods in the world.

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